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Is China Building Up Its Military? A Look At Recent Developments After The Country's Slow Economic Growth

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Hundreds gathered for protests over mass layoffs in Beijing, China, on Tuesday, but demonstrators weren’t publicly criticizing a manufacturing company or any business for that matter. The downsizing entity in question was none other than the nation’s military, Reuters reported.
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